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    Hello,
    Just wondering if anybody knows what topics I need to revise for a calculator maths GCSE 9-1 mock paper?
    Thanks!
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    Are you sure you're doing the new spec for the year 10 mocks? Because I recently did mine and they gave us an old spec paper.
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    (Original post by 4475039)
    Hello,
    Just wondering if anybody knows what topics I need to revise for a calculator maths GCSE 9-1 mock paper?
    Thanks!
    http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/grade2.html

    This may be helpful.
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    (Original post by 4475039)
    Hello,
    Just wondering if anybody knows what topics I need to revise for a calculator maths GCSE 9-1 mock paper?
    Thanks!
    are you also doing a the new gcse mocks? you can search for aqa specimen papers online
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    (Original post by Daydreamer3)
    Are you sure you're doing the new spec for the year 10 mocks? Because I recently did mine and they gave us an old spec paper.
    how do you know it wasn't the 1-9 maths
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    (Original post by Daydreamer3)
    Are you sure you're doing the new spec for the year 10 mocks? Because I recently did mine and they gave us an old spec paper.
    Oh, I'm not sure - it very well could be I just presumed it might be so I wanted to revise that stuff just in case!
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/grade2.html

    This may be helpful.
    Thank you very much!
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    (Original post by theBranicAc)
    are you also doing a the new gcse mocks? you can search for aqa specimen papers online
    Thanks! Have you done any maths 9-1 mocks yet/ have any mocks coming up?
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    You are more likely to get a old spec paper. I am in year 10 recently did non calculator mock and it was from old spec.
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    (Original post by Fnt1klo)
    You are more likely to get a old spec paper. I am in year 10 recently did non calculator mock and it was from old spec.
    Ok thanks
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    (Original post by theBranicAc)
    how do you know it wasn't the 1-9 maths
    Because it clear said May 22nd 2016 on the paper which is the old spec. And you can tell a difference in the content for the new and old spec.
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    (Original post by theBranicAc)
    are you also doing a the new gcse mocks? you can search for aqa specimen papers online
    Do you know where I can find the Issue 1 specimen papers because I can only find the Issue 2 ones and we have already done them in class
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    They recently released "GCSE (9-1) Maths Mock Question Papers and Mark Schemes" on their website and it was my mock this morning,
    Its pretty difficult...
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    (Original post by Pepsin2)
    They recently released "GCSE (9-1) Maths Mock Question Papers and Mark Schemes" on their website and it was my mock this morning,
    Its pretty difficult...
    These are only available for teachers, for any student wondering.
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    (Original post by notnek)
    These are only available for teachers, for any student wondering.
    Yeah just finished my last mock paper today it was pretty hard but somehow i manage to answer really well..none of the questions really stumped me they had robability
    invariance
    Trigonometry sine rule to find to sides
    similar shapes
    number problems/ratio
    algebra(forming equations)
    rearranging formulae and substitution
    sneaky simultaneous equation described as thinking of 2 numbers what was my number.
    area (surface area)
    constructions disguised like a bearing question
    completing the square (easy)
    box plots/interquartile range how do you calculate it
    median of frequency data intervals
    speed distance time
    weird tangent question aswell
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    (Original post by elastic14)
    Yeah just finished my last mock paper today it was pretty hard but somehow i manage to answer really well..none of the questions really stumped me they had robability
    invariance
    Trigonometry sine rule to find to sides
    similar shapes
    number problems/ratio
    algebra(forming equations)
    rearranging formulae and substitution
    sneaky simultaneous equation described as thinking of 2 numbers what was my number.
    area (surface area)
    constructions disguised like a bearing question
    completing the square (easy)
    box plots/interquartile range how do you calculate it
    median of frequency data intervals
    speed distance time
    weird tangent question aswell

    which paper are you talking about
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    (Original post by Theexterminator)
    which paper are you talking about
    aqa paper 3
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    does anyone have the topics for edexcel paper 3
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    (Original post by Theexterminator)
    does anyone have the topics for edexcel paper 3
    Ratio, Percentages, Area of a rectangle and circle, money problems, indices, upper and lower bounds.
    Algebra:
    Quadratic equations, iterative sequences, functions and composite functions, squaring brackets and matching graphs to equations.
    Geometry:
    Angles in polygons, compound measures, similar shapes, volume, trig and circle theorems
    Statistics and probability:
    Frequency polygons, tree diagrams and box plots.

    I hope this helps and give me a follow if you need any help with any other subjects !
 
 
 
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